August 1, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 15

J&M Fabrication building themselves quite the reputation

J&M Fabrication runs like much of the work Justin Miller and his employees perform: a few individual parts welded together to create something much greater.

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Drew Peterson
Justin Miller stands in front of the J&M service truck.

What is now a six-man operation performing work across the nation, all began on the farm of Miller in the early 2000s.

Miller, a Cheney High School graduate, had been working at a Spokane fabrication shop while taking agriculture business classes as a student Spokane Community College. After successfully completing his two years at SCC, Miller decided to take his newfound knowledge and return to the farm where he grew up to continue doi...

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